Felix Golubev


  • Winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism, 2007
  • Winner of the Overseas Press Club of America (Edward R. Murrow) Award, 2007
  • Winner of the British Broadcast Award, Best Documentary Programme, 2006
  • Winner of Royal Television Society Award, U.K., 2006
  • Nominated for BAFTA, UK, 2006

Felix Golubev is one of Canada’s top documentary film producers. His most resent documentaries are: Charging the Rhino for VisionTV Canada; and the critically acclaimed feature-length documentary TheLost Tomb of Jesusfor Discovery USA; Channel 4 UK; VisionTV Canada and ProSieben Germany.

Felix Golubev recently co-produced the award winning feature-length documentaries: The Exodus Decodedfor The History Channel USA andDiscovery ChannelCanada; and Sex Slaves for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Channel 4 U.K. and PBS Frontline, which won the 2007 Emmy Award for the Outstanding Investigative Journalism as well as the Edward R. Murrow Award (Overseas Press Club of America).

Felix Golubev also executive produced the one-hour documentary Impact of Terror (2004) for CNN Presents, which won the Overseas Press Club of AmericaAward in 2005 as well as the eight-part series Betrayal! for History Television Canada and History Channel U.K. (2004). Before that he produced the critically acclaimed James, Brother of Jesus (2003) for Discovery International; and The Struma (2001), for HBO, Cinemax.

Golubev has also worked as an Associate Producer on a number of internationally recognized documentaries, including Penn & Teller's Magic and Mystery Tour (2000), Quest for the Lost Tribes (1999), Jesus in Russia (1996), and the Emmy award-winning The Selling of Innocents (1996).

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Felix Golubev is a graduate of the Ryerson Polytechnic University Radio and Television Arts program in Toronto.